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Upcoming MBJ
Sections

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Issue Date: April 16
Ad Deadline: April 8


MBJ Upcoming Section

Topics may include:

State of diversity & inclusion in Omaha • D&I programs for businesses • Tips for HR professionals on addressing issues in workplace • Highlight of D&I champions in Omaha business community • Increased demand for D&I leadership roles in companies



MBJ Upcoming Section

Topics may include:

Construction overview • Growth at local firms Project highlights • Safety a top priority • Lincoln construction careers in demand





Issue Date: April 23
Ad Deadline: April 15


MBJ Upcoming Section

Topics may include:

Omaha’s growing tech community • App development • Equity in access to technology • Health tech in the Heartland • How small businesses can stay relevant in fast-paced digital world





Issue Date: April 30
Ad Deadline: April 22


MBJ Upcoming Section

Topics may include:

Home improvement industry and the pandemic • Interior design • Popular remodeling trends • Paying for home renovations: cash, credit or loan • The less glamorous side of home improvements: the necessities to keep your house updated



MBJ Upcoming Section

Topics may include:

Industry outlook • Investing in a healthy retirement • Creating a legacy plan • Alternatives to 401(k)s • Investing in real estate post-retirement